The Star Group continues to innovate and respond to consumer demand for taste and convenience and earns a win for Best New Product at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association’s 95th annual Fresh Week with Inspired Salads.
Canada’s COVID-19 experience has been different than the U.S., and that’s causing the Canadian consumer to act differently.
Shopping for groceries online took a major leap forward during the COVID-19 pandemic, and continued lockdowns in Canada are sealing the deal for many consumers.
Much like consumers, produce companies around the globe will be more cautious and more focused on local than before the pandemic.
As the industry anticipates the return and revitalization of Canada’s primary produce event in its new form, leading grower, marketer and distributor of fresh produce Oppy adds Canadian category development to the role of one of its most valued veterans.
We talked with Ron Lemaire, President of the Canadian Produce Marketing Association, Ottawa, Ontario, in late 2020 for the Produce Blueprints Canada Supplement to the January/February 2021 issue.
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On October 15, CPMA food safety specialist Jeff Hall alerted members that CPMA created a task force to address the CFIA rules.
We are writing today to express our deep concerns with the intended implementation on October 5th of CFIA’s new temporary preventative control measures for romaine lettuce imported from the U.S.
The Produce Traceability Initiative, consisting of CPMA, GS1 US, PMA, and United Fresh, and its many volunteer industry members, announce the release of four new or improved tools to support traceability implementation.